Egypt: The Minister of Environment of Egypt, Dr Yasmin Fouad, has recently participated in a joint meeting with the other authorities and her assistants at the Environment Ministry headquarters to prepare the ministries to move to the new administrative Capital.
According to the reports, Yasmin Fouad added in her remarks that “The Ministry of the Environment held a meeting at the ministry headquarters in the administrative capital to discuss a number of important files and the ministry’s procedures for the effective transition.”
Furthermore, Dr Yasmin Fouad, the Minister of the Environment, held a meeting with a number of her assistants at the new ministry headquarters in the Administrative Capital to discuss a number of important files and its executive position, and the Ministry’s procedures to prepare for the actual transition to the new administrative Capital, providing all required logistic needs, and telecommunications technology equipment to support digital operation.
The reports also confirmed that the Minister reviewed the position of the different sectors of the Ministry, the final preparation for the transfer to the Capital, and the preparations were made to ensure that all facilities were available for the workers of the Ministry to perform their duties smoothly and easily.
Moreover, the final stand to archive all files and papers within the Ministry of Environment, in light of the state’s trend to convert the government to a paper-free smart government, noting that employees are being trained on modern operating systems in line with this type of shift, added reports.
Notably, the Minister of the Environment, Fouad, also monitored the measures that had been implemented to make the building of the Ministry of Environment a model for environmental sustainability, rationalizing the consumption of natural resources in terms of energy, water and waste management, as well as taking care of the presence of plants and trees within the Ministry and its surrounding area, in line with the new global trend towards the expansion of sustainable buildings.